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Look for Lubben's Lucidity Here

posted by Bob Lawless

Professor Stephen Lubben of Seton Hall has appeared in the New York Times, the Associated Press, PBS, and many other media outlets commenting on the Chrysler bankruptcy, and now he has coming back to Credit Slips. Lubben has kindly agreed to reprise his guest blogging role, commenting on Chrysler and perhaps a few other corporate reorganization topics. Lubben's detailed institutional knowledge of the corporate reorganization process always shakes up the conventional wisdom being reported elsewhere. Welcome back Stephen and many thanks for agreeing to take time out of your busy schedule to share your expertise here.

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